Singaporean esports organization BLEED have made it official with Vladan “⁠VLDN⁠” Radevic, signing the player to the official Counter-Strike roster.

VLDN put in a month with the team as a stand-in, and it seems it has paid off for the 23-year-old player. The Serbian will be taking the place of Laurențiu “⁠lauNX⁠” Țârlea who has moved back to the Team Falcons bench.

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VLDN finds a home with with Singaporean organization BLEED

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The organization didn’t have the debut they wanted under the leadership of Aleksandar “⁠kassad⁠” Trifunović in Counter-Strike 2, but they’re looking to turn things around.

While they faced a poor result in the PGL Major Copenhagen RMR, since bringing in the Serbian they’ve moved up the rankings and he’s managed to put up a 1.06 rating with the team.

During that time, they made their crown achievement to-date with a second place finish at the RES Regional Series 1 Europe where they defeated Young Ninjas and BetBoom before falling to Fnatic in the grand final.

Prior to being brought into the team as a trial, VLDN had acted as a stand-in for ENCE at CAC 2023 and played with iNation during the Paris RMR.

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